Released in Nov 2021, .NET 6 from Microsoft consolidates its plan to create a unified platform to develop applications for any device and operating system. The new version aims to simplify development and gain performance by bringing to life many new features of one open-source, cross-platform development for all types of .NET projects.
Microsoft officially released long term stable version .NET 6 on November 8, 2021. It includes around ten thousand git commits. This is the first-ever release that natively supports Apple Silicon (mac OS Arm64) and provides improved support for Windows Arm64 operating systems. It brings big-bet features along with massive gains in performance and optimization. Let’s have a look at the other enhancements with this version.
The below table shows the details of .Net Core Versions.
|Version||Release Date||Development/Editor Tool||Support|
|.Net Core 1.0||Jun-27-2016||Visual Studio 2015 updated |
|.Net Core 1.1||Nov-18-2016||Visual Studio 2017 |
|.Net Core 2.0||Aug-14-2017||Visual Studio 2017 |
|Net Core 2.1 Long Term Support||May-30-2018||Visual Studio 2017 |
|.Net Core 2.2||Dec-04-2018||Visual Studio 2017 |
|.Net Core 3.0||Sep-23-2019||Visual Studio 2019 |
|.Net Core 3.1 (3 yr Long-term support)||Dec-03-2019||Visual Studio 2019 |
|.NET 5.0||Nov-10-2020||Visual Studio 2019 |
|.NET 6.0 1 (3 yr Long-term support)||Nov-08-2021||Visual Studio 2022 |
We’re attempting to explain what new features mean for your business going forward. So, let’s dive right into it!
The features and functionality would enable development teams from around the world to create enterprise-grade applications that are secure in every manner. As an experienced ASP.NET web development company, we can utilize .NET 6 to help you build robust, user-centric applications that cater to your business needs – whether you’re a startup, small company, or a large enterprise. Our certified .NET developers demonstrate high-end technical competency and a unified strategic approach to build custom ASP.NET Core-based solutions.